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COVID-19 in WA: State Government working on restrictions ‘roadmap’ for February 5 reopening

A “roadmap” outlining the COVID restrictions that will be enforced on February 5 – and how they would escalate as case numbers grow – is being developed by the McGowan Government ahead of the State’s re-opening.

Premier Mark McGowan said the exact measures that will be in place when the border is removed were still being refined but warned his expectation was “they’ll be tougher here than elsewhere”.

He could not say when the roadmap would be released but hoped to provide West Australians – and business owners in particular – with “as much” notice as possible.

Rather than having the harshest possible restrictions in place from the outset, Mr McGowan said he instead planned to progressively strengthen the response in line with daily infections.

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